Blue Switch Day 2022 Event Cache
Sunday, 01 May 2022
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01 May 2022, 10:00 - 11:00
Blue Switch Day 2022
Sunday, May 1st
"Blue Switch Day" is held on May 2 each year and recognises when the US Government 'flipped the switch' and made high-accuracy GPS available to everyone. A day later on May 3rd the first geocache was hidden by Dave Ulmer in Oregon USA.
This event is being hosted in Whiteman Park, 28km East of Perth. Entrance to the Park is off either Drumpellier Drive (ex. Lord St) or Beechboro Rd in Whiteman. The park opens at 8:30am on the day of the event.
By attending an event between April 30 and May 2 you will receive the "Blue Switch Day Souvenir" on your geocaching profile.
Whats Happening ?
A morning of activities
- Meet at the shelters at GZ
- Time to meet fellow geocaches at the event and ask all things Geocaching related.
- We also hope to have plenty of Geocaches for you to find both new and old.
Is this your first Event?
- Its ok we all started our addiction at some point, we all share the love of geocaching and its a great way to meet like minded people, build friendships and grow your phone a friend (PAF) options.
What we need from you!
- Firstly log your "will attend", this way we will know how many people are planning on attending and will assist with our planning. This will also have you notified every time we add more info about whats happening via an announcement.
- If you wish follow us on Facebook - West Oz geocaching, info will also be shared on this page.
- We will post updates on our website - www.westozgeocaching.net.au
(No hints available.)